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NBC
Jan 9, 2010 7:00am EST
be back for a local update. join us at 9:00 for the latest his fiuáu appearance and we will find out what happened inside and out the courtroom. what he has been telng investigator investigators. >> after worry and long lines for the vaccine, what happened to the swine flu? a lot to tell you about the way the disease progressed and what has been recommended now on getting that vaccine or not. >> did you get yours? >> i got the seasonal flu vaccine because it was right here on the show. >> i paid $18 and got the swine flu because they had it. >> i got it for my kids, but i'm unprotected. >> we will talk about the economy and pting people back to work. we want to start off with the latest from savannah guthrie. >> reporter: the shipping giant u.p.s. slashed 1800 management and administrative jobs, underscoring the bad employment and the labor department. they faced budget at 10% and 85,000 jobs walked. the rate of underemployed, people working part-time that can't get full time jobs is up to 17.3%. at an event to announce tax credits for green jobs, the president acknowledged the s
CSPAN
Jan 9, 2010 2:00am EST
to this crisis. i believe the crisis itself was in no small measure the results of us not having clear limits on government support. leverage in excess of writs -- excessive risk-taking were encouraged. those leads have been ratified. if we retain a stand of ambiguity as to when such protection will or not be forthcoming, which institutions could benefit and which of their liability would benefit, if we do that a suspect our susceptibility to disrupting the financial crisis will continue to grow. with each crisis, it to become ever more apparent. it will require more stringent regulations. regulatory systems are necessarily limited in their capacity to completely offset the incentive of fax of the safety net. it continues the ambiguity of financial safety net think of the up to capacity of growth in the long run in the years ahead. it is a great pleasure to speak with you. thank you very much. i would be very happy to take your questions. [applause] any questions? >> [inaudible] housing activity was extremely strong by historical standards, especially in the ticket from 95 the th
NBC
Jan 9, 2010 9:00am EST
-loving guy no comes out and gets shots and wins games for us that we all remember from a couple of years ago. >> reporter: craig melvin, "news4 today." >>> he is not the only wizard bs disciplined. the nba has fined four other players for smiling and laughing in a huddle on tuesday night when arenas pretended to shoot them. we'll let you here antoine jamison's apology to wizards' fans firsthand. dan hellie will be back with that later in our broadcast. >>> police in prince george's county are looking for a killer who shot to death a man overnight. investigators found the victim just before 11:00 has the night. police aren't saying who the victim is or what led to the shooting. there is also no word about whether they have any suspects. today is no longer considered an off day at the meters. this is the first saturday you will have to pay to park. street parking prices are higher in premium demand zones such as adams morgan. that's where we find news 4's derrick ward. he is live with the details. you have your bucket full of quarters with you? >> something like that. hopefully, i wo
NBC
Jan 9, 2010 6:00am EST
tell us if things will ever warm up. >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 today. i'm kimberly suiters. it's saturday, january 8th, 2010. another freezing morning for you. the weekend may finally be here. it is bitterly cold outside. folks really want to bundle up. let's go to chuck bell for our first weather. it is really uncomfortable outside. >> not a very pleasant start. >>> a good morning to you and welcome to the weekend shift and good morning to everybody's weekend. mostly clear sky overhead, ugly january freeze outside the window. temperatures in the mid-20's around town. upper teens and low 20s in some of the colder suburbs. down to 9 degrees in stanton, virginia, way out in the shenandoah valley. 25, martinsburg, 24, camp springs and brandywine. 26 downtown. a very cold start. a northwest wind continues to blow across the area. windchills are in the mid to high teens across the area now. that's where they are going to stay all day long today, even with plenty of sunshine. our temperature today will probably fail to make the 32-degree mark. be ready for a very
CSPAN
Jan 8, 2010 11:00pm EST
about those of us who are out here fighting every day to grow the party. in fact, the book is dedicated to the grassroots. to everyone who has licked a stamp or stuffed an envelope and had a roll to play. so this is very much a grassroots book, written from a grassroots perspective. that's how i began in the city. you haven't lived until you go into some neighbors. hi, i'm from the republican party. click. it's tough. but it's important work. and a lot of people do it every and i'm very grateful for them for it. >> host: we have a teeth. mr. steele, expectations of the upcoming tea party convention with former gop vs vp nominee sarah palin as headliner? >> that's going to be exciting to watch. i unfortunately have not gotten all of the background. but i expect it's going to be a cross section of america coming together to express their frustrations, but also their aspiration that leadership will do one thing and one thing. that's listen to them. listen to them. and that's something that i've tried to emphasize in my book right now is listen. my mother used to tell me as a little boy, fi
CSPAN
Jan 8, 2010 11:00pm EST
give us quite a lot of time for discussion right now. i would like to use the moderator's prerogative to ask the first question, and i will turn it over to the audience. i would like to focus on something you said, is about, in your topic. feel free any of you to answer this. it goes to the title of today's panel discussion, can afghanistan afford another a election? nobody was focused really on anything else except getting through the election. there is a sense of governing inertia from the afghan side of things, and the sense that international policy was being implemented in afghanistan, and the development of a new strategy on how to approach afghanistan. we're about to go through another round of national elections as early as this spring, perhaps later this year, can afghanistan and the world really afford to spend a number of months going through a similar process, particularly if the difficulties and challenges that we faced last year are not properly addressed? another way to look at whether they can afford another election is from the financial point of view. how can they fi
CSPAN
Jan 9, 2010 2:00am EST
employees deciding to buy up, maybe it is a better plan. if they are using their own money as the difference, god bless them. presumably that is our experience, most buy down and it adds price pressure. that is the theory of managed competition. you asked a lot of other questions. i want to be humble and ask other people in this room to be humble, we don't know the answers to most of those questions. that is why i think you need to delegate to whoever was doing at some real expertise and latitude to adjust and figure it out and make changes as you go along. >> i am interested in what happens to the role of insurance agents and brokers with the exchange's, but if there are provisions in the bills and what the experience has been in massachusetts and connecticut. >> i think we both use brokers. there were no brokers in massachusetts and that is where we focused, so we have not changed marker -- have not changed market practices. i want to give you an example of california where brokers dry the non-group market. there are 3 million uninsured in california. the broker it typically get
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